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Pleistocene mammals of Florida epub

by S. David Webb

Pleistocene mammals of Florida epub

ISBN: 081300361X

ISBN13: 978-0813003610

Author: S. David Webb

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Language: English

Publisher: University Presses of Florida; 1st Edition. edition (1974)

Pages: 270 pages

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Pleistocene mammals of Florida book.

Pleistocene mammals of Florida book.

S The resource partitioning and focused feeding preferences of Florida's proboscideans corroborate this assumption, but they do not, i. .

The isotopic ecology of late Pleistocene mammals in North America: Part 1. Florida. The resource partitioning and focused feeding preferences of Florida's proboscideans corroborate this assumption, but they do not, in themselves, prove that nutritional stress was the cause of the late Pleistocene extinction. Spatial Response of Mammals to Late Quaternary Environmental Fluctuations.

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Pleistocene Mammals of North America. Columbia University Press, NY, 442 pp. (camels - 301, 306-307). Meachen, Julie A. "A New Species of Hemiauchenia (Camelidae; Lamini)" Diss. University of Florida, 2003. McKenna, M. C. and S. K. Bell. Classification of Mammals above the Species Level. Columbia University Press, NY, 631 pp. (camels - pp. 413–416). Walker's Book of Mammals, vol. 1. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, pp. 837 – 1936. camels - pp. 1072–1081).

Pleistocene Mammals of Florida. John M. Rensberger (a1). Department of Geological Sciences, University of Washington Seattle, Washington 98195. 1016/0033-5894(79)90064-4. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 20 January 2017.

The Orange County paleontological sites are assemblages of Late Pleistocene vertebrates occurring in Orange County, Florida. Era: Neogene Period: Pleistocene Faunal stage: Rancholabrean 126,000-11,000 years ago, calculates to a period of approximately . 15 million years. Rock Spring site (Pleistocene). Time period: ~126,000-11,000 thousand years ago. Specimens were collected by H. J. Gut, J. Mann, J. Todd, G. Lintner 1939.

Sawney David Webb, American paleontologist, biologist, educator. Pleistocene mammals of Florida. John Simon Guggenheim Foundation fellow, 1972-1973. Member American Geological Institute (board governors 1976-1979), International Quaternary Association (vice president since 1983), Society Vert.

Webb, S. ed. 1974. phosphate districts of Florida. Geological Society of America, Southeastern Section, Field Trip Guide-book, pp. 28-72. Webb, S. T. Milanich, R. Alexon, & J. S. Dunbar. Uni-versity Presses of Florida, Gainesville, 270 p. D. 1976. An extinct Bison kill site, Taylor County, Florida. The Florida Anthropologist, 36:81-82. 1984 Webb, S. Ten-million years of mammal extinctions in. North America. Pp. 189-210 in P. Martin & R. G. Klein, eds. 1974b, Pleistocene Llamas of Florida, with a brief reivew of the Lamini, in: Pleistocene Mammals of Florida (S. Webb, e., University Press of Florida, Gainesville, pp. 170–213. 1976, Mammalian faunal dynamics of the Great American Interchange, Paleobiology 2:216–234. 1977, A history of savanna vertebrates in the New World, Part I: North America, Ann. Rev. Ecol.

Bibliographic information. Pleistocene Mammals of North America. Columbia University Press.

Pp. x, 270; numerous maps, line-drawings and black-and-white photos of fossils. Publisher's original beige cloth, lettered in dark green on the spine, two color pictorial dust jacket, green patterned endpapers, 8vo. This volume covers the chronological framework of Pleistocene mammalian evolution in Florida as it correlates with environmental cycles such as sea-level changes, describes in detail the mammalian members of certain key faunas including the most ancient fauna, and focuses on particular species or higher groups of mammals and their evolution in Florida and the New World. No ownership marks.